Before, After and Between
The children must listen to the instructions and place the helicopter on the correct number.
You can choose you number parameters in this activity.
Add Like Mad
Your children must create the target number using as many or as few numbers as they require.
Number Bonds 20-100
Work on number bonds from 20 in tens up to 100 with this fantastic interactive game.
Your children must create number pairs to fix the slide.
Create the longest chain possible by connecting factors and multiples.
A fantastic thinking activity that will motivate, engage and consolidate!
Addition and Subtraction up to 100
Download our flashcards to allow your children to practise their addition and subtraction skills using vertical notation.
The purple boxes do not cross the 10 and do not require carrying or exchanging. The green boxes require carrying and exchanging.
Download the file by clicking the image.
Subtraction - I Have Who Has?
This is a printable learning game that develops subtraction skills when taking away numbers 9, 11, 19 and 21 to numbers up to 100.
Addition - I Have Who Has?
This is a printable learning game that develops addition skills when adding numbers 9, 11, 19 and 21 to numbers up to 100.
Tens and Units
Introduce your class to the practical aspect of tens and units by using these flashcards.
Your class must count the tens sticks and the units to determine the total amount shown.
Click the image to begin downloading this tens and units teaching resources.
This learning game helps your children understand and work on the sequence of number.
The children must identify the number before and after from three options.
Greater Than - Less Than
This is a fun learning game that involves completing the sums.
You must select the correct symbol to complete the number equation.
This is a speed challenge for place value activities.
You can select from adding, subtracting, multiplication and division, working with units, tens, hundreds and thousands.
Choose the operation and numbers then try to answer the sums as quickly as possible to win the race.
You can select which numbers you would like to use to differentiate the activity.
Ordering numbers to 100
You must select and order the numbers consecutively to progress to the next stage.
A great learning game to help consolidate the quantity of numbers.
Where on the number line is the number shown?
This is a brilliant resource with opportunities to progress through numbers.
This is a very useful activity when working with numbers up to 100.
The children must determine the number the arrow is pointing at by using the increments.
This is also a good resource to use as an introduction to measuring when using a ruler.
Order the numbers from the least to greatest.
Often the children can tell you the sequence of the numbers but they find it more challenging to place numbers in order of greatest to largest.
This learning game allows your children to develop their skills in ordering numbers.
In this activity, children can practise a mixture of all their times tables or simply work on specific tables with this interactive game.
In this activity the children are given a sum and they can use the grid to help them determine the answer.
World Cup Addition and Subtraction
Let your children complete addition and subtraction sums in a fun way.
Select the correct answer to block your opponent’s shots and score goals.
Change the numbers at the bottom and see how that changes the other numbers. A fun addition activity.
Numbers and Words
This learning activity works on numbers and their words.
The children must identify the number using the words from the sentence above.
Guess my Number
Can you work out these mental maths problems?
Lots of questions to get your brain cells working.
Highly recommended for maths mental test revision.
Number Square Puzzles
A great booklet of 31 pages that allows children to work on their understanding of place value up to 100, solve puzzles and complete problems.
Number Square and Explain Everything
In this activity, your children can work on anything linked to the number square. My particular example is focusing on numbers before and after. The children will be in pairs for this activity.
To see the full lesson plan click here.
Adding 10 Worksheets
This worksheets allows your children to add 10 in a fun way.
The children must add 10 to the numbers to find out the code to unlock the safe.
The children can work on the numbers or number words.
Work on place value using this game.
The children can select answers to a variety of questions using ‘splats’.
Taking Away 21
This is a great versatile resource that can be used across different areas of the curriculum as it is customisable.
This particular example is linked to taking away 21.
A fun activity to help children at KS1 learn about addition and subtraction.
The children must select the missing number to complete the sum.
Depending on the level and ability of your children, you can choose to practise number bonds to any number up to 100.
You simply input a target number, then the machine gives you one number and you have to type in the bond to the selected target number.
Click the button to check your answers and keep a record of the high scores.
This is a fantastic resource for Foundation Stage and KS1 as each sum is marked automatically, making it simple to determine who is meeting objectives and who needs more practice.
The flexibility of this game makes it a favourite amongst Foundation Stage and KS1 Children.
Learning doubles is extremely important for children to grasp and practise.
Knowing doubles facts will increase their quick recall of number facts and will build a firm foundation for their addition and subtraction knowledge.
Learning near doubles will use the knowledge the children already have, encourage them to see the patterns in number and give them a quick recollection.
This game introduces the concept of near doubles in a visual and practical way to help your children understand.
Well worth a look!
Robin Hood doubles below 10
This multiple choice game allows your children to practise their number doubles below 10 in a fun and meaningful way.
Allow your children to work on doubling numbers using a mirror.
This is a practical activity that will engage your children and help them learn how to double a number.
The children draw a certain amount of dots on a whiteboard, place a mirror beside the dots and count the amount visible.
Hit the Button is an interactive maths game with quick fire questions on number bonds, times tables, doubling and halving, multiples, division facts and square numbers.
The games are against the clock challenge and develop a child’s mental maths skills.
Designed for 6 to 11 years olds, the activities can be matched to appropriate mathematical ability.
Regular use of Hit the Button can help children to sharpen their recall of vital number facts in a fun way and learning multiplication tables need not be boring.
Robin Hood Doubles over 10
This multiple choice game allows your children to practise their number doubles over 10 in a fun and meaningful way.
More than/Less than - SMASH!
This is a fantastic resource aimed at developing children’s understanding of the more and less concept.
Using a game format, this game explores 1 more and 1 less and also 10 more and ten less. The children must answer correctly and get bonus card answers to get the the finish line as quick as they can. If the children land on a SMASH square they must return to the beginning.
This resource is an educational adaption of snakes and ladders and is very fun to play.
All the resources are provided just follow the image link.
Subtracting 10/near 10s
This visual resource explores taking away 10/near 10s from numbers up to 100.
A great way to introduce the taking away 10 and tens and units. The main teaching point is that the units column number never changes when taking away 10.
Showing the children the pattern of near 10s helps with their mental strategies.
Grouping 5s and 10s
A fantastic resource to encourage children to count carefully and group in 5s or 10s. They are then encouraged to count the total amount. A great introduction to tens and units.
Add 10 Submarines
In this game, the children will work on adding 10 to numbers up to 100.
The children will think about how the tens change and units stay the same.
The children must type in the answer. The torpedo is fired when the answer is correct.
A game to be completed in pairs.
Adding 10 to numbers up to 100
In this game, the children will work on adding 10 to numbers up to 100.
The children will think about how the tens change and units stay the same. The children must type in the answer. The depth charger will then blow up the enemy sub.
Subtracting 10 from numbers up to 100
In this game, the children will work on subtracting 10 from numbers up to 100.
The children will think about how the tens change and units stay the same. The children must elect the answer from a few possible answers.
Once the ball goes into the net the children must select ‘next’.
This is a fantastic resource for children who are beginning to add numbers in the tens and units format.
You can choose the number in the middle and can reveal numbers and then answers as your class complete the sums.
Adding 11 to a number involves the children building on their adding 10 knowledge.
Encourage the children to add 10 then add 1 more. If your children are struggling with this let them use a 100 square.
Adding 9 Worksheet Generator
A fantastic resource enabling you to create custom sums worksheets for Foundation, Ks1 and KS2.
Add 9 by adding 10 then taking one away.
This activity with help consolidate the teaching of adding 9 to numbers up to 100.
How good are you at ordering numbers?
Lots of examples are provided in this resource to try from simple ordering numbers to 10 to fractions, decimals or negative and positive numbers.
Good on an interactive whiteboard.
This resource enables you to complete addition and subtraction sums in an enjoyable and random way.
The children (or teacher) can enter in values of their choice and the children can get started. A fantastic, customisable resource that can be used in a number of ways.
You can also add more spinners depending on the ability of the children.
Great for Tens and Units work!
Times Table Monster
Choose the correct answer to complete the sums and collect all the math monsters
A great game to consolidate the recollection of all the times tables
Maths games can be a fun way to learn the times tables. These times tables games have been selected to provide practise for children who are beginning to understand the concepts of multiplying numbers. They provide the repetition necessary for children to consolidate their knowledge of times tables and they include games involving factors and multiples.
This game is tablet friendly and encourages quick fire recollection against the clock.
Your children will love this game. The aim is to answer as many multiplication questions correctly to give your car a boost.
A super activity to develop fast recollection of multiplication facts.
Complete the sum and place the person at the correct table.
This is a great learning game for multiplication facts.
Rounding and Explain Everything
You can use the Explain Everything app to give the children the opportunity to showcase their learning with rounding numbers.
The example shown is rounding to the nearest 10, but you can choose the quantity.
A great activity to help your children practise rounding numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, pound, kilo and more.